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Tsedeq

“As you broke the river’s surface at your baptism: So reconcile me to you in peace…”

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Epiphany 2019

“For this season of Epiphany, let’s seek God for a sharpening of our senses that we may experience love and truth revealed in the scriptures, one another, and through all creation…”

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Through the Coming Year:

“God,
Grant that I may pass through the coming year with a faithful heart. There will be much to test me and make weak my strength before the year ends. In my confusion I shall often say the word that is not true and do the thing of which I am ashamed. There will be errors in the mind and great inaccuracies of judgment. In seeking the light, I shall again and again find myself walking in the darkness. I shall mistake my light for Your light and I shall drink from the responsibility of the choice I make…Though my days be marked with failures, stumblings, fallings, let my spirit be free so that You may take it and redeem my moments in all the ways my needs reveal. Give me the quiet assurance of Your Love and Presence. Grant that I may pass through the coming year with a faithful heart.”

-Howard Thurman, Meditations of the Heart 

Howard Thurman, 1899-1981

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Christmas 2018

“Whereas the way of the world is to insist on publicity, celebrity, popularity, and getting maximum exposure, God prefers to work in secret…”

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A Night Blessing

“When we walk in the uncertainty of night…”

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Night Waiting…

A Winter Blessing….

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Walking New Landscapes

“John proclaimed the coming of a new reality which was already breaking in—the ‘Realm of Heaven.’ In John’s gospel, Jesus referred to it as “eternal life.” Paul called it ‘the New Creation,’ while John the Revelator saw it as the ‘New Earth.’”

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First Week of Advent, 2018

“Awakened Hearts, Opened Eyes, and Illuminated Hearts”

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Advent 2018

“As I light this flame, I lay myself before Thee.” (Ancient Celtic Prayer)

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